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the school of journalism and mass communications at san jose' state university, your source for what's happening on today's other thans. you're watching update news. >>> hello and welcome to update news. i'm katie kaufman. >> and i'm crystle. >>> as investigators try to determine what caused the explosion that killed people in san bernardino dino. also inspectors are examining whether work on the pime line two years could have contributed to the blast. some students and families are directly affected. others are pitching in to offer relief. margarita is here with more. >> students have been talking about the tragic explosion. some students live in san bruno. some of the one that is lost their homes is pellegrino and adam. adam now plays in ukanda emeonye but his father was in the house and suffered burns. adam ferrari is in san bruno. he was at work when it happened and she was texting and using facebook to fiend out if his family was okay. >> she was running around and she finally got out and started running. homes destroyed. it's going to be a sad mome. once they get to my house,
only at verizon. charge as president for san jose state.... at least for the ti a family face is back in charge. at least for the time being we will show you how he plans to take on new challenges this year. what students should anticipate and what choses they should amuch update newses starts now. >>> from the school of journalism your source from what is happening on today's issues. you are watching update news. hello and welcome to update news. thanks for joining us. starting off the new year with a new president. the old president is coming this to fill in this until the whi the. more left. he is interim president and he is off the to a start. >> ' sense of ease and comfort obvious. the president is not a new face. from 2005-2008 he served as president advancing the school if two key areas. the library and the newly finished campus ville. now, for a second stint on campus his biggest problems are the budget crunches. >> we have to figure out ways to support them in the frame work or financial frame work we are in, and to be bold. however new students are worried about n
for a city council candidate in san jose is expected to draw quite a crowd, because the conservative candidate supported proposition eight. the anti-gay marriage initiative, and gay supporters plan to protest. fund-raiser is being held at the home of a fellow congressman who has endorsed pegram. chuck reid has also endorsed the conservative candidate. there is expected to be a rally to protest the mayor's endorsement. he needs pegram's help at city hall to deal with the budget. he wants someone who's focused on fixing the city's financial problems. >> i don't agree with larry on all his social issues. everyone has their own viewpoint on each of these issues. when it comes down to it, those are issues that don't come before the city council. my job is to make sure we do everything we can do to ensure we have a good city. we have a fiscally stable city, and i think larry's the one to help us get to that point. >> coming up, we'll have more from the fund-raiser scheduled to get underway soon. >>> supporters of prop 8 are urging a federal appeals court to up hold the vote area proved ban
>>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. caption colorado, l.l.c. >>> a san jose police officer accused of making a fake arrest on the boyfriend of his stepdaughter. what prompted the officer to handcuff the 15-year-old boy. >>> san quentin unveils its new execution chamber while a judge gets ready to decide if california's death penalty is legal. >>> good morning. it's wednesday, september 22. i'm elizabeth wenger. >> i'm sydnie kohara. good morning, everyone. your time is 6:00. let's get a quick check of traffic and weather. gianna, good morning. >> good morning. and to san jose we go. we have our eye on this accident northbound 101 right at story. the good news is they have everything out of lanes offer to the right shoulder. and delays are definitely thinning out through there. second accident reported 680 also in the clear stages. wind advisory for the bay bridge, give yourself some extra time through there. that's a look at your drive. let's check your fall forecast. here's tracy. >> right. fall forecast! yeah. fall officially arrives later on tonight. tempe
!---- desde san jose, comienza el noticiero de la tarde de telemundo 48 !!!! ---en vivo, cubriendo toda el area de la bahia, noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis ... primero en la noticia !!! ---hola que tal, muy buenas tardes y feliz dia de la independencia a los paises de centroamerica !!!---- les saluda cesar bayona ... ---y estamos en la vispera de la independencia de mexico, por eso, la de esta tarde es una edicion especial...--- mis compaÑeros blanca y daniel estan en el estadio pal de san jose, trayendoles a ustedes la fiesta del grito ...---con ellos vamos a conectarnos enseguida.----mientras, a las n. noticias. ---por primera vez desde el desastre del jueves pasado, los dueÑos de las casas que estaban en el lugar de la explosion, en san bruno, pudieron regresar para ver que es lo que queÓ.... y recuperar lo poco que se salÓ.---despues de la de hoy, podran hacer otra visita ... antes que se limpie el area completamente. --- y despues de llegar de una mision comercial en asia, el gobernador de california arnold schwarzenegger se dirigio a la zona de la tragica explosion ....pilar n
as well. they did a big q and a. pat tillman grew up in san jose before joining the arizona cardinals and u.s. army special forces. >> i wasn't planning on coming to the screening. when i heard all of leyland high's football team was going to be here i was moved to tears. >> reporter: emotions and tears choke up the director as he talked about his pat tillman movie. the record needs to be set straight. >> this story is far different than the story most americans have been told. we wanted to get the truth out about pat, not only about how he died but who he was. >> reporter: prune yard cinemas is showing the movie about pat tillman. tillman quit the lucrative career as a football player to join the u.s. army and fight for his country. >> it made you look more deeply into what pat tillman was about not just what the media showed you. it showed a perspective of someone who looked into his life. >> reporter: he was a member of the u.s. army special forces and died in afghanistan. his family was told different stories about his demise. they called it a coverup. ultimately it was revealed h
sunshines. tomorrow the same. labor day a couple of degrees warmer. you saw the cloud cover over san jose. there are no delays at sjc but at sfo. low ceilings. kris, we see the fog is 1,000 feet so if you expect somebody to fly in to sfo expect a delay. we have 50s for the north end of the bay. the visibility not an issue. san jose it's down to five miles, that ebs and flows as the wind and the fog comes in. temperatures 1 to 8 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. there is the visibility. notice san jose at the airport 5 miles. here is the forecast, 65 san francisco, 91, san ramon, 84 in san jose, and 86 through sonoma. kris, the middle of the week when i get the seven-day, quite a bit cooler. weekend looks great. >> we'll stay tuned. thank you, craig. this morning crews will continue to search a pittsburg landful for the body of a missing man possibly tied to a killing spree. searchers sifted through 3,000 tons of garbage at the keller canyon land fill but found nothing. they said that frederick sales was reported missing one day after 38-year-old efren valdemoro allegedly beat his f
investigating. >>> time now 5:02. a san jose police officer may be charged with criminal false imprisonment in a really bizarre sex case that involves his teenage stepdaughter. he was in full uniform when he pretended to arrest her boyfriend for having sex with the 14-year-old girl. the veteran motorcycle officer says he was simply trying to scare the boy. but the 15-year-old's parents say he's an angry cop abusing his authority. >>> a major clean up project begin this is morning. ktvu channel 2 has more on the story. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning, pam. just down the hill from where we're standing is the section of neighborhood ravaged by the gas line explosion. later today crews will be re- entering the red zone here, the fire zone, to try to haul away burnt out vehicles that are still parked along the streets. now san mateo county is bringing in crews as we mentioned to remove the charred vehicles from claremont drive and concord way. the area is pretty much deserted right now except for police officers standing guard. neighbors do not want to look at ashes anymore. they a
of leland high football team was going to be here i had to be here. >> pat tillman grew up in san jose and went on to become an nfl star. he joined the army and was killed in afghanistan in 2004. initially the army said he was gunned down by the taliban. a couple of weeks later the army leaders admitted he was killed by friendly fire. the movie investigates the alleged coverup about how he died. current members of leland high school football team took the message to heart. >> it makes you think about the government and the lies and stories they tell you on the news and how it is not all truth. >> you can see "the tillman story" in san francisco, berkeley and campbell. >>> another recall. next at 11:00, you might need to know about this recall before you pack that picnic for labor day. >> we heard where is the bell? we are happy to tell them the bell is back. >> more than metal. the celebration of a fixture of the peninsula theater finally makes its way back home. >>> art throughout san jose in the form of public pianos? what is behind these pianos you might not have seen around. >> wha
tonight, firefighters quickly knocked down a small grass fire in east san jose. it broke out about 3:00 this afternoon near mount pleasant. only 5 acres burned. one firefighter injured his arm and had to be taken to the hospital. the cause, this fire still not known. >>> san carlos city council members tonight approved to disban their police department and contract out to the sheriff's department. under this plan, most sworn officers would become sheriff's deputies but some administrative jobs could be cut altogether. the sheriff's office is ten ta live set to take over -- but it has to be approved first. it would save them about $2 million a year. >>> saturday, plans to restore 61% of its service that was cut in may, but the union that represents the operators is fighting the move. the chronicle said the group filed a request with labor officials to put a stop to the changes. they are saying management failed to discuss the new schedule with them. the agency is also making some union representatives on the city payroll resume their driving duties. he says it's going ahead with the s
. ♪ unit-- dedicated to investigating gangs and violent crime. the city >>> san jose police officers are protesting the plan to eliminate a police unit dedicated to investigating games and violent crime. the city highways budget problems make the moves necessary. >> there are really no right answers here, just a question. how will you spend your declining city funds? it's a familiar story around the country. can san jose afford the special gang unit. >> we have to reorganize our police department to cuomo date the fact that we are losing 90 officers. >> reporter: can san jose afford the price it will pay if it cuts the gang unit. >> this is misplaced priorities. >> reporter: san jose police will still fight gang activity just without a special 21 officer unit doing it. the members of the unit say that's dangerous. the san jose police officers association took out a full page ad in the mercury news protesting the cuts which took effect today. >> the majority of homicides in san jose are gang related. we simply will not have the resources to address gangs like yesterday. >> reporter: t
live in san jose. was it authority or was it abuse of authority? we're going to let you know approximate what happened with a san jose cop and two teens just ahead. >> in the headlines, a federal judge says he'll decide by friday if he'll stop the planned execution of an inmate. the first execution in four years. >> a live look from downtown san francisco. a few clouds rolling in on some real fast breezes this morning. we'll start off cool, end up cool but that heat is in the forecast for the weekend. >> and with those fast breezes you mentioned, cal tran has a high wind advisory for the bay bridge. both hands on the wheel. right now a minor backup in the lanes and road work that can slow you down. >> the a. c. transit board is expected to decide whether to slash night and weekend service to close a $56 million deficit. good morning, everyone. it's 4:31. i'm jenelle wang. good to have you here. >> i'm kristen sze. let's begin with the ending of a police chase spanning from the north bay to the east bay. this is where it ended, at roosevelt street in harbor way in richmond but
&e plans to do about the high-risk lines. we'll keep you updated all morning long. live here in san jose, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> this morning, the young woman killed in the pipeline disaster, will be laid to rest. ♪ [ music ] ♪ how sweet the sound ♪ >> today's burial follows this very large weekend memorial service for 21-year-old jessica morales. she was an aspiring fashion designer who was watching football at her boyfriend's home when that pipeline blew up. her boyfriend was critically injured in that explosion. >>> we will continue to follow the san bruno fire all morning long. and you can get updates any time by going to our website, ktvu.com. >>> grief counselors will be at novato high school this morning, as students return to class for the first time since a fellow student was killed in a car crash. a 16-year-old driver lost control while speeding along novato boulevard. ktvu's kraig debro joins us now with more on what students can expect this morning. good morning, kraig. >> reporter: good morning, pam. there is a lot planned here today at novato high sc
by the san jose unified school district geared towards kids who for various reasons can't or don't want to come to school some missing so many credits that he can't make them up in traditional classes. >> he has flexibility during the day to choose when he does his school work. he doesn't have to walk from classroom to classroom following bells, uhm, the teachers are on him. they speak to him by phone email. it's fairly rigorous study program. >> the students that can get through the first two weeks of this curriculum will in fact graduate. will stay on track. it's the first two weeks that takes the toll because a lot of kids come into this program thinking they are going to be looking at it's fun and easy to do an hour a day. it's not that way. >> reporter: san jose unified adopted the program a week ago at a cost of $1400 per student. >> there is an added benefit for san jose unified. >> reporter: the district gets its money through ada or average daily attendance funding. if kids don't go to school, the district loses some of that funding. but if kids go back to school through the on
this weekend. all the details coming up in a bit. >> san jose has the worst roads in the nation that according to a study by national transportation research group it's one of a number bay area cities on the list. as kron 4 shows us san jose has seen years of declining roads than ever in the top spot. >> this is the all too common sight in san jose a hopeless backlog of roads in poor condition you can see the cracks and bottles everywhere but the miles of bad road piling up each year. san jose does fight back this was in willow glen and earlier this year. here's how about tonight now within a set of asphalt. and forced listen as a dozen have enough money to do this elsewhere. city transportation officials point to this as the classic example. the text here the car is running over the choppy pavement this road is a major and hit heavily by traffic an example of the kind of roads deteriorating. one stretch of the former involves a bad road plagued by these holes causing hundreds of dollars of damage for car every year. it would cost a quarter of a billion dollars to do this to fix it all in one
the door a look at traffic and weather. gianna has been following a deadly crash in san jose. gianna? >> it's going to caught delays through the san jose area. it happened early this morning. almaden expressway now shut down between harry and o'grady. this will be the case as they conduct the investigation. one person died at the scene, a second person taken to the hospital. police are on scene in the area. at one point the vehicle hit a pole possibly a tree as well and then caught on fire so expect this to last quite some time. almaden expressway closed between harry and o'grady. we'll have deails as they come in. that's a check of your traffic. here's tracy with your forecast. >>> hey, thanks, gianna. another nice day shaping up. it is the last full day of summer. i keep saying that because today, believe it or not, ironically enough, it's going to be cooling down. mid-70s in concord, 73 livermore today, 69 in oakland, 71 fremont, 72 san jose, north bay location in the 80s to the 70s. yesterday you enjoyed 80s. today the mid-70s in napa and fairfield and santa rosa. 70 in vallejo. 70 in s
that public safety will suffer with the disbanding a gang unit. what san jose's mayor says is the real issue facing the city. an oakland city leader becomes a crime victim. what happened to a mayoral candidate during a quick trip to the store for milk. . >>> what happened to a mayoral candidate on a trip to the store. >>> and how drivers can drive in the car pool lane starting tomorrow. >>> we committed no crime. we are not spies. >> after nearly a week of freedom, a more out spoken sarah shourd is out of prison. >>> budget problems have forced the san jose police department to investigate gangs and violent crimes. more on where they say the move is short-sighted and a threat to public safety. >> reporter: this violent crime enforcement team died this weekend. it was 17 years old. cause of death? budget cuts. >> we have to organize the police department to work with the fact that we're losing 90 officers. >> reporter: or was it dumb? >> the unit for the san jose police department will have a terrible impact on public safety. >> the san jose police will still fight the gang
not taken a position yet. cheryl? >> all right, jenelle, thanks very much. in san jose two agencies are investigating whether a police officer committed a crime. this is after he confronted a 15-year-old boy who had sex with the officer's 14-year-old stepdaughter. theresa garcia joins us now from san jose. the motorcycle officer pretented to arrest the boy. >> yes. if pretended is the word. all the parents were clearly upset to find out the two teens had had consensual sex but there is disagreement how it was handled. the officer's attorney say he never pretended to arrest the boy and certainly that the officer was invited to use scared straight tactics and that there was no objection at the time to the election or the handcuffing. >> from what i understand, the parents, the family did not consent to this in any way. >> cop watch says the parents of a 15 year sold boy never agreed to have their neighbor, a san jose motorcycle officer, use scare straight tactics on their son. the cop watch organization helps the parents file a misconduct complaint with san jose police internal affair
for joining us? >> the san jose police officer is in the water. he is under investigation for pretending to arrest his stepdaughter's boyfriend. anne makovec is in san jose to show us what prompted him to handcuff a 15-year-old boy. >> reporter: he is accused of doing something that a lot of fathers would probably like to do, placed handcuffs on the boy who is accused of having sex with your child. but this is something that can land him in handcuffs. riding a police motorcycle and wearing a full uniform, a veteran san jose police officer is accused of abusing his authority driving to the home of this 14-year-old stepdaughter's 15-year-old boyfriend and handcuffing him for having sex with her. >> the handcuffs are the dethis case. if it's just a lecture and the officer being upset as any parent would be in this situation, that's one thing. but the minute you put handcuffs to scare somebody, that's where it could rise to the level of false imprisonment. a very serious allegations. >> reporter: sex between teenagers is a misdemeanor but citations are rare, especially from a parent. >> it i
. >> thank you, greg. >>> caught on tape, a san jose cop, did he go too far? we have a first-hand look at what happened when the police officer took action against the teenaged boy having sex with his stepdaughter. >>> legalizing marijuana, you may be surprised who's coming out against the proposed new law. the bay area at 5:00 starts right now. >>> good evening, everybody, i'm raj mathai sitting in for diane dwyer tonight. it's hot nearly everywhere, from san francisco's union square, the peninsula, the south bay, east bay, summer vacation one month late. let's bring in craig auraro? >> reporter: we did hit some records today, santa rosa and livermore two records today. it is a hot one right here, kids are out there playing and enjoying some of the cooler weather. this is going to be with us not only today but into tomorrow and monday as we go through the afternoon and into the evening hours,emperatures a bit close tore 80 degrees by the time we get into the afternn hours. by the time we get into tomorrow, we'll see more 90s,te the only place we'll see cooli will be closer to the coas
the bay. near 90 san jose but mid-90s napa, santa rosa, concord, livermore and near 100 in antioch and fairfield. and today's just the beginning. it will be even hotter tomorrow by about another 3 to 4 degrees. we'll drop about 6 degrees at the coast, about 4 degrees around the bay and inland for friday but still pretty hot inland. and then we'll drop about another 4 to 6 degrees on saturday and then about 8 degrees sunday and a couple more degrees on tuesday. so you can see once we start sliding over the holiday weekend we don't stop until we hit near 80 inland tuesday near the bay and upper 50s at the coast. good morning, megan. >> good morning. we're following road work in the south bay. starting off in san jose with a live look at 101 at the 880 overcrossing. no problems heading northbound on 101 out of morgan hill and up the peninsula but you will find road work southbound 101. the ramp to 880 is closed until 7:00 this morning. elsewhere in san jose, a live look at 280 at the 17 overcrossing. there's one car right there. no traffic. very light ride as you make your way through
to the plate and signed a letter urging major league baseball to let the athletics move to san jose. the mercury news reports the letter claims a ballpark in downtown san jose will attract more corporate sponsors than other bay area locations. the a's face a hurdle because the giants still own the territorial rights to santa clara county. the lineup of heavy hitters included the ceo's of cisco systems, yahoo and e-bay. >> some of that baseball footage there. ask mike feel like baseball weather or football weather? >> definitely felt like football weather there yesterday. no game at home today so no baseball forecast. we'll talk about what's going to happen now and through the afternoon hours. if you're stepping out, you may notice it is cooler this morning in most neighborhoods like los gatos at 49. mid to upper 40s in novato napa and santa rosa. low to mid-50s san francisco, menlo park for most of the bay. upper 50s around oakland and san jose. compared to 24 hours ago 2 degrees cooler in livermore and otherwise, 3 san francisco and fremont.
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in fremont. 73 in san jose. and 66 degrees in san francisco. today's temperatures no big deal but what about triple- digit highs? i said it. yeah. we'll take a look at the seven- day forecast in just a few moments. >> tracy, thanks very much. 5:01. >>> a veteran san jose police officer is under investigation for handcuffing his daughter's 15-year-old boyfriend pretending to arrest him. the reason? for having sex with his 14-year- old stepdaughter. the officer says he did not fake an arrest. he was trying to scare the boy straight according to the officer's lawyer. now, the boy was charged with unlawful sexual intercourse after his parents complained about the officer. the "mercury news" says the girl was also cited. that officer is now on administrative leave while prosecutors determine whether the officer committed criminal false imprisonment. we'll have more on the story in a live report at 5:30. >>> a man was shot dead in oakland. police are looking into what happened. this happened last night around 6:30 in the 1200 block of macarthur boulevard. police responded to a report of shots fire
to questions about a deadly crash in san jose this morning. the events that led up to it. two young men died after their suv crashed and rolled over on east st. james streets. the driver and another passenger survived. we are now in san jose and that chp stop that had driver minutes before the crash. >> right. the chp says it's made that traffic stop because a ford explorer did not have a front license plate. as soon as officers got out of the car that, is when they say the driver just sped off. >> the chp says the driver was fleeing officers after a stop around 1:30 but there was no pursuit or chase when the driver lost control of the suv. >> we never got into a position in which we're in a bumper to bumper style pursuit this, is more of a suspect vehicle had a head start. they continued to conduct an area search. >> reporter: he says officers spotted the explorer just as it careened into cars parked along east st. james street nine blocks from the initial traffic stop. two passengers in the back seat of the explorer were killed. a third passenger suffered moderate injuries and the driver,
duty over the years, san jose firefighters have been moving farther and farther away to the point where some firefighters live out of state. one city councilman is trying to bring them back in. >> if and when a disaster like the san bruno fire ever strikes san jose at least one city councilmember worries if there will be enough firefighters close enough to help. >> major emergency, roads closed, airports have issues you are stuck. you will be with a skeleton crew to take care of things. >> this councilmember says one out of four san jose firefighters lives in the city limits, only a third live within santa clara county. many more live far away. he wants to enact a requirement firefighters live within a 50- mile radius downtown san jose. >> in case of emergency those sworn to protect and serve those residents should be able to assist. if you are in idaho or southern california, you are not going to be able to help out san jose. >> the issue comes amid-a nasty contract dispute between the city and firefighters union. last month 49 firefighters were laid off due to budget cuts. >> san jose
mcsweeney will have a live report coming up later in this newscast. >> and a san jose police officer is on paid administrative leave and could face charges after being accused of exploiting his position stopping his teenager stepdaughter and boyfriend from having sex. theresa garcia is live at the police department with this story. >> this is a case that involves some questionable parenting skills to now maybe criminal charges. the cop involved said he was never presenting to arrest this young boy but invited to use scare tactics. the situation for this veteran san jose motorcycle officer is that he's being investigated by the district attorney's office to see whether he committed a criminal false imprisonment last month. the 15-year-old boy's parents feel the officer abused his authority. the parents say the officer pulled up to their house in full uniform after his shift ended, berated and warned the boy to stay away from his stepdaughter and handcuffed him and told him he could face sexual assault charges. later the officer unlocked the cuffs telling his parents that he just wante
>> we have 40s and 50s to get started, today's highs, 73 san jose, 64 around san francisco. close to 68 in oakland. the wind looks more like september. warming up. a full look at the forecast coming your way in a few minutes. >>> this morning four people are recovering after a chain reaction crash in oakland. a dump truck driver is blaming bad brakes for losing control on an exit ramp from 580 last evening. when it was all over 13 vehicles had been damaged. oakland police say in all four people were taken to the hospital, but did not suffer life threatening injuries. the truck driver told the chp his brakes had fail. >>> this morning the man found living inside a house with the bodies of his wife and another women is free on bail. police found explosive materials in his vallejo home along with the bodies. yesterday a judge lowered rittenhouse's bail from $2 million to $25,000. police are still looking at any possible connection between rittenhouse and efren valdemoro. chp officers killed valdemoro last week. they say he was behind the east bay killing spree. police think valdemoro
>>> good morning. i'm theresa garcia live in san jose where a case of two teens having sex turns very complicated where one of those teens' parents is a police officer. now there's questions whether there was abuse of authority. we'll explain what happens up ahead. >> and a big cleanup job ahead for employees of an east bay craig and auto parts store after someone drove right through the front of the store overnight. >> i'm terry mcsweeney live in pleasant hill where it's deja vu all over again for the people living near this very busy street. the same type that broke last week has broken again. that's what i call breaking news. story in a live report. >> a look from downtown san francisco where we're dealing with a fall flavor to the forecast today, breezy and cool with sunshine. but even though fall starts tonight, the heat is on in the forecast. an update for you. >> and look out for the strong winds on the bay bridge. wind advisory ahead and no delays. not many accidents. off to a good start. quiet so far. >> good morning, everyone. just about 6:01. i'm jenelle wang in for er
conversaremos con el consul de mexico en san jose... sobre las celebracines del grito... pero tambien sobre la violencia en mexico... eso sera mas adelanta....---ahora nos vamos a las nocticias... ---iniciamos esta tarde con lo ocupadas que han estado las agencias del orden publico en este fin de semana largo--- largo------y es que hasta el informe de esta tarde, los oficiales habian detenido en todo el estado a 1,360 personas por manejar bajo la influencia del alcohol--- ---221 de ellos en la bahia--- ---mas que el ano pasado durante el mismo periodo... ---por lo que se refiere a personas que han fallecido en accidentes, el numero tambien ha aumentado este aÑo------12 personas han muerto, una de ellas aqui en el area de la bahia--- ---se cumplio con el cuarto dia de busqueda en el relleno sanitario de pittsburg, tratando de encontrar sin fortuna el cuerpo de frederick - sales------desde hace una semana se dio por desaparecido, un dia antes de que fuera encontrado sin vida el cuerpo de su padre en la casa de efren valdemoro, quien murio en un enfrentamiemnto con la policia despues de una pers
help police solve a crime. george, what do you know? >> reporter: well, san jose police believe it's the same robber behind these attacks here at this chase branch at capital expressway and silver creek road. they just released surveillance photos of these actual attacks and they want you to pay close attention to them to see if you recognize the crook. a chase bank security camera caught the robber not once rpgs but twice. take a good look. he comes up behind while the victim is standing at the atm. in the first attack, the robber places a knife on her neck and demands money. >> it looks really scary and dangerous. >> cara says she comes to this chase bank to use the atm but won't anymore. >> on august 22, the robber walked up behind a woman and put his arm around her neck. he didn't have a knife but he brought her to the ground. >> this is a nice area with a plaza and everything. you shouldn't have to worry, but people shouldn't be getting money that late at night, anyway. >> that's why when she goes to the atm, craig bunch goes with her. >> you don't go alone, especially if you'
, everyone. a san jose police officer who staged a fake arrest is in very real trouble tonight. >> yeah, he is did it apparently to put a little parental fear into his stepdaughter's boyfriend. alan wang is live with the story tonight. alan, talk about backfire. >> dan and carolyn, it is causing embarassment on both sides. for police, it is an internal affair that is now in the public eye. and it questions the parenting skills applied when two mine minors are caught having sex. it started when a san jose motorcycle cop who is the step-father of a 14-year-old girl decided to scare the girl's 15-year-old boyfriend to keep him from having sex with her. according to the boy's parents, the officer pulled up in full uniform, told the boy he was going to arrest him for sexual assault and threw the cuffs on him. he later took the cuffs off and left with a warning, but the boy's parents complained saying the officer abused his power. abc7 legal analyst said he had grounds to arrest the boy for statutory rape, but it is a very gray area. >> if it is not technically a crime say assault under color of
. the stopped in san jose after meeting with world leaders in new york this week, including president obama. sheryl jennings sat down with president bin aqueen know. >> he is in the silicon valley on a mission to pull his country out of poverty and into peace and prosperity. >> how can we help you in your cause? >> well, the technology is fantastic. >> i had the privilege of an exclusive interview with president aquino at the san jose fairmont. this meeting brought together technology to improve the lives of the poor. >> most leave the country because there are no job opportunities for them there. it's not just a question of groner pastures. it's the only pasture. >> president aquino is carrying on the legacy of his parents, his father, who was assassinated in 1983. his mother, who became president and led a people's revolution that ousted the dictator federal unanimous marcos. >> me parents fought and died for nothing less than democracy, piece, and prosperity. i shall carry the torch forward. >> when we go home, we will tell people a lot of investments are coming our way. >> the commune h
with theofficer's 14-yeaold stepaughter. theresa garcia joins us n from san jose. the motorcycle officer pretente to arrest the boy. >> yes. if pretended is the word. all the parents were clearly upset to find out the two teens had had consensual se but there is disagreement how it was handled. the officer's attory say he never pretended to arrest the boy and certainly that the officer was invited to use scared straight tactics and that there was n objection at the time to the ection or the handcuffing. >> fromwhat i understand, the parents, the family did not consent to th in any way. >> cop watch says the parents of a 15 year sold boy never agreed to have their neighbo a san jose motorcycle officer, use scare straight tactics on their son. the cop watch organization helps the parents file a misconduct complaint with san jose poli internal affairs claiming the officer abused his authority when he found out the 15-year-old boy had had sex with his 14-year-old stepdaughter. >> think he was an upset father and i can almost understand his reaction. but to use his law enforcement authority was absolu
. >>> it seems like school just got going but san jose students are getting next week off. it's an unexpected break. matt bigler of kcbs radio shows us what's going on. >> reporter: parents here in san jose if their students go to san jose unified are being advised not to take their students to school next week. all classes in san jose unified will be shuttered for five days as a result of furlough days that teachers have agreed to in order to avoid layoffs. of course, the district is strapped for cash right now receiving less money from the state. there's a lot of concern that these furlough days will have an impact on the quality of education. next school year -- i should say, next year when it comes time for standardized tests, we could see an impact of these furlough days. teachers are also concerned they won't have enough time to teach the students everything they need before summer vacation. >> we are committed to providing a high quality education for our students. our number one goal is that all our students will meet or exceed state local and district academic standards as well as li
tillman who grew up in san jose, went to high school here explored how his family was told different stories about his demise. he left a lucrative career in football to fight for his country. he was a member of the u.s. army special forces and died in afghanistan. ultimately his family says a cover up by the government it was revealed that pat was killed by friendly fire. these students are eager to know more about the man they already look up to. >> definitely showing that his country and his family comes first. he loved the game of football and we do. he took the extra step, went towards his country and i think that that's the right thing to do. >> i think his legacy is to be like someone everyone can look up to and be like, hey, i did this to. i want you to follow in my path. >> now there are many people out here to watch the other viewings of the movie. they just went in for the next movie. as the high school students as well as the director came out there was emotional reaction that they say was heart wrenching. we will have the details at 6:00. >> thank you, rhea. >>> another g
diplomatica de mexico en san jose ... --- quieren contestar a todas sus dudas y preguntas ... ---- el telefono gratis es el 1 - 800 - 548 - 4884 ... ---- mas adelante, nos vamos alla con blanca garza ... ---primer avance de telemundo deportivo ...---y fijese que tambien los quakes de san jose se van a unir al festejo del bicentenario de mexico !---nos cuenta, ramon diaz ! gracias cesar... este miercoles 15 de septiembre los quakes daran el grito... jugando partido ante el filadelfia union en el buck shaw stadium... el encuentro dara inicio a las 7 de la tarde...el sabado .. casi le quitan el invicto al fc dallas en los minutos finales pero el disparo de eduardo estuvo muy desviado... cero a cero termino el partido ..dallas suma 14 encuentros sin conocer la derrota..mas adelante en el segmento deportivo... mal inicio para los equipos del area de la bahia de la nfl... y hay nuevo lider general en el futbol mexicano.. cesar regreso contigo... ---aqui te esperamos ramon, mientras, nos vamos a la pausa en noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis ... con blanca garza desde el consulado a su lado !!! !!! ..
at ktvu.com. >>> san jose police are now investigating a fatal crash that followed a chp chase. officers say they stopped the driver at 1:30 this morning in downtown san jose; but as they approached, they said the driver sped off. the officers pursued, but lost sight of the vehicle. a short time later, they spotted the explorer driving erratically. the driver lost control, crashed near two parked cars and overturned. two passengers in the back seat were killed. the driver and another passenger suffered non-life- threatening injuries. the driver will likely face a number of charges, including vehicular manslaughter and felony dui. >>> police identified a man wounded this morning after pointing a gun at officers. 25-year-old brian white of concord was wanted on a $900,000 arrest warrant for armed robbery in san jose. investigators say he took off running after an officer potted him at about 2:30 a.m. on clayton road. during the foot chase, brown white stopped and allegedly pulled a realistic looking replica gun. that's when officers fired. he is being treated for multiple gunshot wounds. >
going to do about it? and when? >> pg&e fixed a damaged pipeline in san jose, not on the top 100 list. >> it's an example how we find something we need to address in the pipeline system we're not going to wait. we're going to take action to get things back to normal again. >> inspections discovered a small dent in the line. and this was not leaking gas. >>> a senate vote to repeel the military don't ask don't tell policy failed. democrats fell short of 60 votes needed to overcome a promised filibuster. the tally is 56-43. the gay rights groups consider this the last chance to overturn the law preventing gays and lesbians from serving the military. a vet also killed a dream act, which disappointed thousands of young, undocumented immigrants living in the us thaws would have granted legal residency to illegal immigrants brought here before age 16. if they attended college or joined the military. >> democrats tried to get it passed by taching it, the dream act to an important defense spending bill. two million children and young adult woz have been on a path to citizenship had it passed
of the locations. our media partner the san jose mercury news reports that san jose and milpitas city officials received a call yesterday from pg&e. san jose got word of two high-risk gas pipelines, one near north first street, another mere the border of milpitas. milpitas got word they have some of the most dangerous. pressure is growing from federal and state leaders and the public state utilities commission for pg&e to reveal specific locations of its riskiest pipelines. >> the level of detail necessary so we can identify exactly where the pipe goes so people who have a right to know what's under their house. >> as far as the cleanup of the san bruno blast and fire, that should start later this week. it's expected to take about one day per property, and there are 39 destroyed homes. again, the list of highest risk gas pipelines expected out sometime today. coming up in half an hour, we're going to have pg&e's reasons for not willingly and freely releasing those 100 most dangerous lines. the pipeline that blew up in san bruno that did all this destruction and killed four people was not on tha
there that i may be falling today. san rafael record high 98. 97 san jose. 92 mountain view. 92 san francisco. today 96 in san rafael. those close as well as in mountain view. today not so much but san jose could see a new record high temperature today. so you mentioned triple digits. where are they? 100 degrees in fairfield, 102 in antioch, 103 in pleasanton. temperatures not as hot when you get closer to the bay with 88 in oakland and 82 degrees in san francisco. just near 100 degrees today in sonoma. and santa. and 97 degrees down in san jose and in santa clara. so it's a hot start to the workweek. when does the cooldown begin? i'll let you know with your seven-day forecast coming up. >> thank you. >>> well, as she just said, the calendar says summer is over but mother nature seems to be ignoring it. our anne makovec joins us now from walnut creek to explain that pg&e is urging conservation this morning. good morning, anne. >> reporter: good morning. here in downtown walnut creek, it is hanging around the lower 60s. you can see from this live time and temperature behind me. it's going to g
, recruit kids out of poor neighborhoods, but the san jose cuts could affect up to 5,000 youth. >> yes, we got a gang of soccer players. we got a gang of good kids. we've got a gang of kids that want an opportunity in their life and the opportunity is here. >> reporter: hundreds of parents signed the petition, but this is the ninth straight year the city asked the department to cut back. johnny diaz plays soccer and has seen firsthand the affects of pal. >> to like get out of bad things they're going to do in life like going to jail, might as well go to school, do your best and be successful. >> reporter: now, there may soon be a day when the kids will no longer swing from the fences. >> the police department regrets the cuts and hopes to keep a scaled down version of pal in operation, but that's not what the kids here want to here. >> thank you. >>> a memorial service will be held friday for three killed in the san bruno explosion. their deaths were just confirmed today. 50-year-old gregory and his son, william, were killed in the september 9th explosion. his mother was also killed. a mem
the major league baseball letting the a's move to san jose. >> a few clouds, maybe a little drizzle, higher elevations santa cruz, mountains. otherwise a dry, cooler start. warmer weather on the way for the weekend. >> you certainly don't need to use your wipers this morning heading into san francisco. that's a nice change. no delays at the bridge toll plaza. >> and in oakland, freeway exit turns into a wrecking yard after a dump truck comes speeding out of control. 13 cars were damaged and five people hurt. >> hopefully a better morning. 5:00. thanks for joining us on this thursday. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm eric thomas. president obama is calling on a florida minister to call off his plan to burn copies of the karan on the anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. in an exclusive interview airing later this morning on "good morning america," the president calls a recruitment bonanza for al-queda. the state department is ordering u.s. embassies to assess security in case of anti-american violence and a muslim leader is offering to diffuse the situation. >> i said i'll stand with you. i will ta
and san jose as well as the '70s right for the north bay 74 bellay held up for 74 fairfield getting up to 81 in antioch, livermore down into los gatos as well. los '70s around the bay. we have a star system moving into the picture friday night. rain to the north of us really starting to gain a bit of what impact as we head toward her saturday morning we could see showers cells worked down into the peninsula. chance of rain saturday an inch your sunday. your 7 day around the bay shows a warming trend the next couple of days and then the storm moves in by the weekend >> a bridge checks we have not discovered any problems or hot spots transmute the bay bridge westbound still pretty light here though in the next 20 minutes they are likely to activate the meter lights and we will see back up for the west bound ride san mateo bridge no problems you can see the commute looks good no delays coming over from hayward on highway 92 looks good. 101 southbound moving well this morning even through marin county no delays. we are keeping our eye on interstate 580 in the westbound direction there was
at the san jose city hall rotunda where arts and food will come together tonight in a unique experience to kick off 01 san jose, this, plus your mild forecast, coming up. [ male announcer ] jerry brown's good old days. but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth. >>> a man was shot last week at close range in a robbery attempt. he was on vacation with his long-time girlfriend and two other people. he reportedly walked to the boetsch alone after eating breakfast to play guitar when the shooting occurred. he spent 27 years as a psychiatric counselor at marin general hospital before retiring in 1998. >>> a 7-year-old mystery may be solved in yosemite national park. the body of a livermo
that he had turned out to be what they called a realistic looking replica gun. >>> in east san jose, one in three people says it's happened to them. stopped by police for no reason other than the color of their skin. len ramirez talked with some of the people including a priest who describes his experience. >> reporter: we are at our lady of guadalupe church in east san jose. this used to be cesar chavez's home parish so there is a long history of social activism here. 1800 members of the parish participated in the survey which found wide distrust of the police department starting with the priest. >> they were just checking who i was and... >> reporter: father reyes was pulled over by one san jose police car and surrounded by three backup cruisers fear there out lady of guadalupe church where he is the priest. his infraction, not using his blinker. >> if i was in a different neighborhood with different dollar my face i never will be stopped. >> reporter: he was not dressed as a priest. he feels he was discriminated against for his race and appearance. >> i say so many people, it can be
, san jose has cut its funding. 2,000 empty grocery bags were placed in front of san jose city hall. they respect the people west valley says will not receive help because san jose has cut $155,000 of support to the agency. >> your have pasta and beans, rice, powdered milk and fresh food and vegetables. this is something our families get on a daily basis. >> we don't have that much money. >> reporter: so what happens if you don't have this bag of food? >> you know, i don't know what to do without that service. >> reporter: west valley community services serves 6,000 people a year. officials say san jose is the only city that cut its funding. >> you think that by paying your taxes you would have something to fall back on. and san jose has basically taken it away. these are the two zip codes that don't have anything to fall back on. >> reporter: the budget has been passed. and $118 million in cuts were made along with lay offs. >> and we had to cut everywhere. >> what are the chances of them getting some of that funding restored? >> i think the chances are slim and none. because next
this nonprofit is in need itself, san jose has cut its funding. 2,000 empty grocery bags were placed in front of san jose city hall. they respect the people west valley says will not receive help because san jose has cut $155,000 of support to the agency. >> your have pasta and beans, rice, powdered milk and fresh food and vegetables. this is something our families get on a daily basis. >> we don't have that much money. >> reporter: so what happens if you don't have this bag of food? >> you know, i don't know what to do without that service. >> reporter: west valley community services serves 6,000 people a year. officials say san jose is the only city that cut its funding. >> you think that by paying your taxes you would have something to fall back on. and san jose has basically taken it away. these are the two zip codes that don't have anything to fall back on. >> reporter: the budget has been passed. and $118 million in cuts were made along with lay offs. >> and we had to cut everywhere. >> what are the chances of them getting some of that funding restored? >> i think the chances are slim a
in this manner was absolutely out of line. >> reporter: san jose police say they will not discuss details of this case. the officer has been placed on paid administrative leave while the investigation continues. >>> the death toll in the san bruno explosion now has officially grown to seven. as three people reported missing have been confirmed dead. 50-year-old gregory bullas and his 17-year-old son william, shown in this picture, were killed in the september 9th explosion. gregory's mother, 85-year-old la von bullas, was also killed. the family lived on claremont drive. all but one of the victims of the explosion lived on that street. >>> the always hectic first day of classes at cal state university east bay were maybe more hectic by a gas leak. construction crews working on campus apparently struck a gas line with a backhoe this morning. pg&e crews came out to cap the leak, then stayed through the day to make repairs. no one was evacuated and classes were not disrupted. a school spokesman says normally students who miss a class on the first day are dropped but that rule was suspended b
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